Oh, baby, does it feel good to… Sit.
I was in Washington (state) over the past three days for work and it’s safe to say that I was slightly sleep deprived. I fell asleep on the car ride to the airport, on my luggage waiting to board the plane, and on the plane- Because I’m classy like that- I pass out anywhere. I can speak more on the beauty of Washington later, and how running on hills was like a death sentence, but I just want to talk about how I’m on summer vacation OFFICIALLY!
No responsibility… Kinda…
And bike riding!
And that was my day today! After much needed r&r, I cleaned the apartment and rode my bike about 5 miles to Atlantic Beach- a town to the west of long beach where John works in the summer. It’s wonderful to switch up my routine and go on a bike ride by myself. I was able to decompress, no music, and just enjoy the ride.
When I arrived, John met me on the beach and we did a 1.5 mile run to the last jetty. This was the first time that I’ve run on sand… Whatdafuq. Why didn’t anyone tell me how much my calves were going to hurt?! But in all seriousness, it felt completely necessary after the binge session I just had in Seattle. Where I ate everything I could get my hands on. Hello, dessert with every meal.
When we made it back to where my belongings were I hopped back on my bike for my five mile journey back home.
I love New York in the summer.
Running on sand is great! I wish I had a good beach nearby on which to do so. You should make it a weekly workout.
You guys have lakes up there – just make believe it’s a good beach haha 🙂
I definitely plan on making it a weekly, if not daily, workout. Feeling good!
OMG running on sand is SO tough. It’s not bad on the packed stuff, but stay away from dunes.
Yes… I ran close to the water. I don’t play around with soft sand. I had a roommate in college that damaged her foot from soft sand running and since then the idea of it scares me.